High Angle Rescue
High Angle Rescue is a technical rescue that is performed by trained professionals in the Fire and Emergency Services. In today s environment, rescuers are faced with more possibilities of performing high angle rescues, such as high-rise buildings, mountain terrain, and water cell towers.
Our 40-hour course provides training using rope rescue techniques for vertical terrain. The rescue techniques being taught will be the following: Rappelling from a fixed rope, anchor systems, patient pick offs, passing knots, swapping rope, lowering and raising, window picks, self-rescue, stokes basket operations, RPMH systems, MPD s and Mechanical Advantages.
This class includes technical techniques that will require students to be proficient in basic knot tying prior to class. All instruction MEETS OR EXCEEDS NFPA Training Standards.